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    • 2014Movenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Defence Exports Advance your export potential 1st & 2nd OCT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: EXPERT SPEAKERS: Mr Kenneth B. Handelman, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Defence Trade Controls Office, U.S. Department of State Beth McCormick, Director, Defense Technology Security Administration, U.S. Department of Defense Mr Kevin Wolf, Assistant Secretary for Export Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce Chris Chew, Head of Export Control Organisation, UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Martijn Dadema, Coordinator Arms Export Control Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands Philip Griffths, Head of Secretariat, Wassenaar Arrangement Stephen de Boer, Director General, Canadian Trade Control Bureau Sylvia Kainz-Huber, Director General Enterprise and Industry, European Commission Maria Izquierdo Ruiz, Director for Licensing of the Export Control System, Ministry of Economy, Mexico Dubi Lavi, Head of Export Controls, Ministry of Defence, Israel Georg Pietsch, Director General, Export Controls, Federal Office of Economics and Export Controls, Germany Jérôme Legrand, Policy Officer, European External Action Service Mr. Hisashi Riko, Member of the Board, General Manager, CISTEC, Japan Aude Fleurant, Director Military Expenditure and Arms Production, SIPRI Wendy Gilmour, Director General, International and Industry Programs at the Department of National Defence BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: • HEAR 3 exceptional presentations from the U.S. State, Commerce and Defence department • GLOBAL perspective on export control: featuring presentations from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands and the U.K • ENGAGE with senior policy makers from the U.S, Europe and Middle-East • ANALYSE the latest ECR modifications, enforcement and trade compliance case studies, voluntary self-disclosure issues and the business implications of shifting regulation • UNDERSTAND where trade patterns in the export industry are heading and future challenges SMi present their 9th annual conference on… www.defence-exports.com BOOK BY 30th MAY AND SAVE £300 • BOOK BY 30th JUNE AND SAVE £100 Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 PLUS 4 INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS A: Trade Compliance and Export Solutions Hosted by: Nick Boland, Director of Solutions Consulting - EMEA, Amber Road C: Applying ECR in the Real World Hosted by: : Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services, PC B: “Specially Designed” Hosted by: Mr. Kevin Wolf, Assistant Secretary for Export Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce D: Cutting Edge ITAR Compliance from a European Perspective Hosted by: Joyce Remington, Deputy Head of Trade Controls, BAE Systems plc “This event has a very large panel of distinguished speakers and attendees.” (PROCUREMENT MANAGER) DEFENCE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY AGENCY, SINGAPORE Sponsored by
    • Defence Exports Day One 1st October 2014 www.defence-exports.com Register online at www.defence-exports.com • Alternatively fax y 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.30 Chairman's Opening Remarks Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services U.S. AND EU UPDATES OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS 08.40 An update from the U.S. Department of State • Directorate operations over the past year • Key regulations developments in 2014 • What is a “positive-list”? Updates on the changes to the USML • Developments in the unified information technology licensing system Kenneth B. Handelman, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Defence Trade Controls Office, U.S Department of State 09.20 An update from the U.S. Department of Commerce • Key regulation developments in 2014 • Impact of some military items moving to the Commerce Control List • License issues and management of licenses • Dual-use regulations and European trade • Status report: ECR one year anniversary Mr Kevin Wolf, Assistant Secretary for Export Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce 10.00 Morning Coffee 10.20 Update on business implications of the U.S. Export Control Reform • Changes affecting cross-border production programs and TAAs • Implications for re-exports and dual/third country nationals • Compliance with respect to corporate control changes and M&A transactions • The latest on satellites Curtis M. Dombek, Managing Partner, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, Brussels Reid Whitten, Associate, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, Brussels 11.00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: How are companies dealing with U.S reforms? • Regional discrepancies: analysing control and licensing issues • How are companies dealing with these misalignments? • What are the key “coping mechanisms” Alexander Groba, Group Coordinator U.S. Export Control Regulations, AIRBUS Joshua Fitzhugh, Head of Trade Controls, BAE Systems Beth Mersch, Director of Export Controls, Northrop Grumman Corporation Håkon Lindteigen, Vice President Corporate Compliance, Kongsberg CASE STUDIES 11.40 CASE STUDY: ECR and Voluntary Self-Disclosure (VSD) • Goods moving from USML to CCL and back: Need for a harmonized VSD Procedure under ECR • Similarities and differences of VSD under the 3 U.S Regulations (EAR, ITAR, OFAC Regulations) • VSD could be clearly harmonised to only one instrument for 3 US Regulations • Impacts of U.S VSD on the German VSD and vice versa Harald Hohmann, Partner, Hohmann Rechtsanwält 12.20 AIRBUS perspective on U.S reforms • Organizational impact of the U.S. Reform • (Re-)Classification Process and must have’s for supplies • Operational Challenges: License Exception STA, Program Status, Defense Services, Brokering, Dual / Third Country Nationals Alexander Groba, Group Coordinator U.S. Export Control Regulations, AIRBUS 13.00 Networking lunch 14.00 Anti-Corruption Issues in Export Control Compliance • How anti-corruption is relevant for your export control compliance • The intent behind ITAR Part 130, and what it means for your export control compliance efforts • Creating and managing an effective Part 130 compliance Joshua Fitzhugh, Head of Trade Controls, BAE Systems REGIONAL UPDATES 14.40 Asia-Pacific Export Control Update • Key developments in APAC dual-use and munitions trade controls • Implications of the changes and trends in APAC export controls for businesses currently or planning to be active in the region • Resources and approaches for regional export control compliance Jay P. Nash, Managing Director, Strategy & Development, SECURUS Strategic Trade Solutions 15.10 Mexico Export Control Update in the context of Latin America • Update on export regulations for 2014 • Understanding the relationship between Mexico export licensing system and other countries • Future plans: aiming to become Latin America’s leading competitiveness pole in high technologies and dual-use goods. Maria Izquierdo Ruiz, Director for Licensing of the Export Control System, Ministry of Economy, Mexico 15.40 Israeli Defense Export Control – Opportunities and Challenges • The importance of the defense industries as part of Israel's national security • Defense export as a central element in preserving state technological capacity • The required balance between promotion of defense export and controlling it • International cooperation on export control Dubi Lavi, Director, Defence Export Control Agency, Israel 16.10 Afternoon Tea COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT 16.20 Impact of ECR on Enforcement Trends • Enforcement Approach at DDTC and BIS • Convergence of Export Controls and other laws regulating international business • Inter-Agency Cooperation both within the United States and with Government Agencies Abroad • Enforcement Extraterritoriality and Successor Liability Risks Olga Torres, Partner, Braumiller Law Group 17.00 CASE STUDY: Implementing an effective compliance policy in a global market • Common elements in global trade compliance policies • Assessing risk and mitigation strategies (compliance and reputational risk) • Creating a robust compliance system with flexibility for local controls and business model solutions Beth Mersch, Director of Export Controls, Northrop Grumman Corporation 17.30 CASE STUDY: Key elements of global compliance • Evaluating training mechanisms • Examining the role of IT systems/functionality • Highlighting co-operation Håkon Lindteigen, Vice President Corporate Compliance, Kongsberg 18.00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company's marketing strategy. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their business at our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, Director, on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk Supported by
    • your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.30 Chairman's Opening Remarks Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services KEYNOTE ADDRESS 08.40 An Update from the U.S. Department of Defense • ECR: Lessons learned and challenges into the future • Technology transfer opportunities and risk with new and emerging partners Beth McCormick, Director, Defense Technology Security Administration, U.S. Department of Defense 09.10 Wassenaar Arrangement Updates for 2014 • An overview of the Wassenaar Arrangement • Developments over 2014 • Summary of changes to the control lists, including new controls agreed in 2013 • The Wassenaar Arrangement and the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) Philip Griffiths, Head of Secretariat, Wassenaar Arrangement 09.50 Key EAR Concepts to Master for the ITAR Traditionalist • What is Technology? How does it differ from Technical Data? • License Exceptions: Key Differences between the EAR and ITAR • Deminimis rule vs. See through rule: When does it apply? • What if my product is EAR99? Do OFAC sanctions apply? Nancy Fischer, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP 10.30 Morning Coffee NATIONAL UPDATES - PART 1 10.50 UK Update on export controls • Key development in operations in 2014 • Understanding the relationship between UK export licensing and other regimes • Assessing future challenges: licensing demand, changing technology and trade patterns Christopher Chew, Head of Policy, Export Control Organisation, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 11.30 French update on export controls • Outlining the differences in the licensing system (comparison before and after the implementation of the final step of the reform) • Analyzing the new on-line licensing software • Assessing reporting obligations • Highlighting the consequences for exporters in terms of liability and proof of compliance Nicolas Fribolle, EMEA Regional Compliance Manager, Esterline Technologies 12.10 Canadian export controls and foreign defence relations and cooperation • Update on the changes to Export Control List • Highlighting the challenges of the Defence Production Act (DPA) • Defence Procurement Policy: assessing how the changes are making the defence market more competitive Stephen de Boer, Director General, Trade Control Bureau Wendy Gilmour, Director General, International and Industry Programs at the Department of National Defence 12.50 German update on export controls • Update on defence export regulations for 2014 • Discussing co-operation with other countries • How the U.S. reforms intersect with German export controls Georg Pietsch, Director General, Export Controls, Federal Office of Economics and Export Controls 13.30 Networking lunch EU COMMISSION UPDATES 14.30 Arms exports to third countries: the 2008 EU Common Position and the Arms Trade Treaty • Highlighting the work of the EEAS • Discussing developments to arms export controls • Arms Trade Treaty: contextualising the progress Jérôme Legrand, Policy Officer, European External Action Service 15.00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: The EU export control system: debate over certification licenses • EU certification of defence companies • Assessing the scheme of being certified under the ICT directive • Planned developments for 2014 and beyond Sylvia Kainz-Huber, Deputy Head of Defence, Aeronautic and Maritime Industries Unit, European Commission 15.40 Afternoon tea NATIONAL UPDATES - PART 2 16.00 Japanese update on export controls • Key developments in the Japanese export market • Highlighting essential licenses and export controls • Outlining future opportunities and cooperation initiatives Mr. Hisashi Riko, General Manager for Exporter Service, CISTEC, Japan 16.40 Netherlands update on export controls • Outlining the fundamentals of Dutch arms export control policy • Dual-use item classification: challenges with advancing technology • Discussing co-operation with other export regimes Martijn Dadema, Coordinator Arms Export Control Policy, Department for Security Policy 17.20 Emerging issues in arms trade and control • New categories or weapons and challenges • Offsets; issues of assessment and transparency • A new global production and trade dynamic? Implications for control Dr. Aude Fleurant, Director, Arms Production and Transfers Programme, SIPRI 17.50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. Contact Sonal Patel on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or email spatel@smi-online.co.uk Defence Exports www.defence-exports.com Day Two 2nd October 2014 Supported by
    • In association with: Hosted by: U.S. Department of Commerce HALF-DAY PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP A I Tuesday 30th September 2014 Movenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands HALF-DAY PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP B I Tuesday 30th September 2014 Movenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP C I Friday 3rd October 2014 Movenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Trade Compliance and Export Solutions Overview of workshop: Inthespiritthatthebestwaytolearnnewregulatoryrequirementsistoapplythemtoreal world situations, this workshop will forego the usual section-by-section analysis of recent U.S. export control reforms. Instead, Workshop Leader Gary Stanley will offer a series of hypothetical aerospace and defense transactions and lead a group discussion of how the reforms would apply to them. Particularly emphasis will be on how the reforms may present pitfalls for the unwary. SMi is scheduling this workshop immediately following Defence Exports 2014 so that attendees can put into practice what they have learned at the conference. Why you should attend: The U.S. Administration is fully underway with Export Control Reform (ECR)  and the challengesposedbysuchlargescalechangearealreadybeingfeltacrossbusinessand goverment. This workshop will allow for in depth technical analysis of problems that are particularly related to your company as well as a conclusive understanding of the future challenges ECR will hold. Held directly after the 2014 Defence Exports conference this will allow participants to ask the crucial outstanding questions. About the workshop host: Gary Stanley is the President of Global Legal Services, PC, a Washington, DC-based law firm focusing on trade compliance issues. Mr. Stanley represents, among others, numerous U.S., Canadian, and European companies on defense export control issues. He publishes the daily Defense and Export-Import Update newsletter and frequently speaks at ITAR training events around the world. Mr. Stanley has also provided export control training to multiple Canadian Government agencies and the Russian Government. Programme: 8:45 Welcome and explanation of workshop format 9:00 Brief summary of U.S. export control reforms 9:30 Group discussion of how U.S. export control reforms apply to hypothetical but nevertheless common aerospace and defense transactions 10:45 Break 11:00 Group discussion of additional scenarios showing U.S. reforms might apply 12:15 Summary of “Lessons Learned” from hypotheticals 12:30 Adjourn About the organisation: Global Legal Services, PC, is a Washington, DC-based law firm advising U.S. and non-U.S. companies on U.S. export and re-export controls, including securing U.S. licenses and other export authorizations, strengthening corporate export control compliance programs,providingtrainingtoemployees,andadvisingoncivilviolationsoftheITARand EAR. Overview of workshop: In this workshop we look at a business, some use cases, defence Industry requirements, IT systems and how we can work with IT to streamline key processes while maintaining control and audit capabilities. ITAR and US Export controls will be considered along with other National and EU controls. The role of software will be identified with a critique of its limitations and benefits. Multi-national Classification will also be explored. Why you should attend: • Learn how to successfully utilise IT to streamline key processes while maintaining control and audit capabilities • ITAR, US Export controls, EU controls, and National controls will all be analysed to understand where errors can occur • Hear about the crucial Multi-national Classification and how it can affect your operations • Understand the advantages and limitations of software About the workshop host: Nick joined Amber Road in 2007 and is based in the UK office where he leads the European solutions consulting function. Prior to joining Amber Road, Nick's career has covered such areas as trade finance, trade compliance, defence and logistics & distribution - spanning Europe, Africa and the Far East. Programme: 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 9.15 Typical business flows today 10.15 Morning Coffee 10.30 Existing processes and suitability 11.00 Gap/performance analysis 11.30 Discussion and Questions 12.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks About the organisation: AmberRoad,istheleadingproviderofGlobalTradeManagement(GTM)solutions.These software solutions include automating export processes, providing order and shipment visibility, calculating tariffs, duties and taxes, ensuring regulatory compliance (including Restricted Party Screening) and simplifying the financing, sourcing and transporting of goods across international borders. Visit www.amberroad.com for more information. Applying ECR in the Real World “Specially Designed” Overview of workshop: TheU.S.DepartmentofCommercepublisheditsdefinitionof“speciallydesigned”onApril 16, 2013. This definition is a key part of the U.S. Export Control Reform Initiative. The term “specially designed” is used over 700 times in the U.S. Commerce Control List. Understanding this definition is crucial in determining the proper jurisdiction and classification of an item under the U.S. export control system. Why you should attend: • Hear analysis direct from Kevin J. Wolf, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration, the official who coined “specially designed” • Listen to an in depth examination of the catch-and-release structure of “specially designed” • Understand the procedure of applying the definition • Have your specific questions answered by the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration About the workshop host: Kevin J. Wolf was sworn in as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration on February 19, 2010. Prior to his joining the Obama Administration, he was a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Bryan Cave LLP. His practice over the course of his nearly 17 years with the firm covered most aspects of the law and policy of international trade, but focused on the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the antiboycott regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and multilateral trade controls. From 1996-1997, he was the Assistant Special Counsel to the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. He has a B.A. degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a M.A. from the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School. Programme: 13.30 Introduction 13.45 Overview of the U.S. Export Control Reform Initiative 14.00 Historical background and need to define “specially designed” 14.45 Break 15.00 Review of the catch and release structure of the definition 15.45 Questions & Answers 16.00 Break 16.15 Steps on applying the definition of “specially designed” 16.45 Questions & Answers 17.00 Closing remarks In association with:
    • In association with: HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP D I Friday 3rd October 2014 Movenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Defence Exports 2014 is proud to be sponsored by: Overview of workshop: ITARcomplianceiscomplexandhighrisk. GettingitrightintheEuropeancontextrequires an understanding of the regulations, but it also requires an appreciation of how the State DepartmentappliesthoseregulationstoEuropeancompaniesandhowthatapplication may affect your company’s operations. This workshop will explore those topics in detail. Why you should attend: Receive valuable insight into how DDTC applies its regulations to European companies and how those companies can fine tune their compliance programmes in response, including: lessons learnt in BAE’s Consent Agreement; key elements in ITAR compliance programmes; understanding DDTC’s compliance priorities; and managing hardware, technical data, investigations, voluntary disclosures, and Part 130 requirements. About the workshop host: Joyce Remington is responsible for disseminating international trade policy guidance, trainingdevelopmentandcoordinatingexportlicensingrequirementsforthecompany’s businesses. Programme: • Overview of BAE’s consent agreement and its enhanced approach to ITAR compliance • Managing your relationships with DDTC • Structuring a successful ITAR compliance programme • Licensing theory and practice – how to get what you want from your supply chain and DDTC • Managing ITAR hardware and technical data in European supply chains and programmes • Effective investigations and voluntary disclosures • Practical solutions for Part 130 compliance About the organisation: BAE Systems is a global defence, aerospace and security company. The Company delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and support services. Cutting Edge ITAR Compliance from a European Perspective Amber Road, is the leading provider of Global Trade Management (GTM) solutions. These software solutions include automating export processes, providing order and shipment visibility, calculating tariffs, duties and taxes, ensuring regulatory compliance (including Restricted Party Screening) and simplifying the financing, sourcing and transporting of goods across international borders. www.amberroad.com Braumiller Law Group PLLC is an internationally recognized customs and international trade law firm based in Dallas with affiliated offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Ohio, Houston and Mexico. We combine a consultative team approach and comprehensive industry and governmental agency experience to meet the unique needs of our domestic and international clients. www.braumillerlaw.com Esterline Technologies Corporation (Esterline) is a leading worldwide supplier to the aerospace and defense industry. The Company designs, manufactures and markets engineered products and systems. It operates in three segments: Avionics & Controls, Sensors & Systems, and Advanced Materials, including thermally engineered components and specialized elastomers and other complex materials, for aerospace and defense markets. Its products are mission-critical equipment, which have been designed into particular military and commercial platforms. With annual sales of approximately $2 billion, Esterline employs roughly 12,000 people worldwide. www.esterline.com Hohmann Rechtsanwälte is a law-firm in Büdingen near Frankfurt, “has a clear specialisation on customs and trade (law) and comes highly recommended” (Juve German Law Firms 2013), with co-operation partners in EU, USA, China, Japan and India. Legal services cover: Export Law (EU + US), Customs Law (EU + US), Criminal Law (esp. export and customs violations), International Contracts, Distribution Law, Chemicals and Foodstuff Law, other Business Law (incl. Antitrust, Data Privacy Law). Hohmann is a “leading name in export control law” (Juve) and has published seven books on export & customs law, including ed., Kommentar zum Ausfuhrecht, Munich: Beck 2002 (a work of reference) and co-ed., Praxis der US-Re-Exportkontrolle (US Re-Export Controls in Action), 2nd ed., Cologne 2013. www.hohmann-rechtsanwaelte.com Headquartered in the Metropolitan Washington DC area, OCR is the first choice for global trade information solutions. OCR as a trusted resource widely recognized as an expert for international trade compliance solutions.  OCR’s software is modular, enterprise strength and Web based that facilitate international trade processes, reduce the risk inherent in cross-border transactions, and keep clients informed of the ever-changing regulatory environment. www2.ocr-inc.com Pillsbury, a dynamic full-service law firm, has offices located across the globe to service our clients. Pillsbury’s international trade practice advises clients on a wide range of topics including export controls, foreign investment and industrial security regulations, anticorruption laws, customs matters, economic embargoes, international arbitration, and antidumping and subsidy disputes. www.pillsburylaw.com Sheppard Mullin is a U.S.-based international law firm of 650 lawyers with 15 offices across the United States, China, Korea, Belgium and the UK. It has one of the leading aerospace and defence practices among law firms and is known worldwide for its premier export control, investigations, international trade and government contracts practice, which is consistently ranked nationally by Chambers USA and was recently named a Law360 Practice Group of the Year for 2013. The Firm has successfully defended some of the largest enforcement cases in U.S. history and its Brussels-based partner, Curtis Dombek, has served on the President’s Export Council Subcommittee that helped write many of the new rules for the U.S. export control reform. www.sheppardmullin.com SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company's marketing strategy. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their business at our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, Director, on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk
    • DEFENCE EXPORTS 2014 Conference: 1st – 2nd October 2014 | Movenpick Hotel | Amsterdam, The Netherlands Workshops: Tuesday 30th September 2014 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 www.defence-exports.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, 2nd Floor South, Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within 7 days of event require payment on booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given until payment has been received. Substitutions/Name Changes: If you are unable to attend you may nominate, in writing, another delegate to take your place at any time prior to the start of the event. Two or more delegates may not ‘share’ a place at an event. Please make separate bookings for each delegate. Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance at an event and you are unable to send a substitute, then we will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less a £50 administration charge, providing that cancellation is made in writing and received at least 28 days prior to the start of the event. Regretfully cancellation after this time cannot be accepted. We will however provide the conferences documentation via the Document Portal to any delegate who has paid but is unable to attend for any reason. Due to the interactive nature of the Briefings we are not normally able to providedocumentationinthesecircumstances.Wecannotacceptcancellationsofordersplaced forDocumentationortheDocumentPortalasthesearereproducedspecificallytoorder.Ifwehave to cancel the event for any reason, then we will make a full refund immediately, but disclaim any further liability. Alterations: It may become necessary for us to make alterations to the content, speakers, timing, venue or date of the event compared to the advertised programme. Data Protection: The SMi Group gathers personal data in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act1998andwemayusethistocontactyoubytelephone,fax,postoremailtotellyouaboutother products and services. Unless you tick here □we may also share your data with third parties offering complementary products or services. 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CONFERENCE PRICES GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE I would like to attend: (Please tick as appropriate) Fee TOTAL COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS □ Conference & 4 Workshops £3895.00 +VAT £4712.95 □ Conference & 3 Workshops £3296.00 +VAT £3988.16 □ Conference & 2 Workshops £2697.00 +VAT £3263.40 □ Conference & 1 Workshop £2098.00 +VAT £2538.58 □ Conference only £1499.00 +VAT £1813.79 □ 4 Workshops only £2396.00 +VAT £2899.16 □ 3 Workshops only £1797.00 +VAT £2174.37 □ 2 Workshops only £1198.00 +VAT £1449.58 □ 1 workshop only £599.00 +VAT £724.79 MILITARY, GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC SECTOR RATE □ Conference & 4 Workshops £3295.00 +VAT £3986.95 □ Conference & 3 Workshops £2696.00 +VAT £3262.16 □ Conference & 2 Workshops £2097.00 +VAT £2537.37 □ Conference & 1 Workshop £1498.00 +VAT £1812.58 □ Conference only £899.00 +VAT £1087.79 □ 4 Workshops only £2396.00 +VAT £2899.16 □ 3 Workshops only £1797.00 +VAT £2174.37 □ 2 Workshops only £1198.00 +VAT £1449.58 □ 1 workshop only £599.00 +VAT £724.79 PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE DISTRIBUTION □ Distribution of your company’s promotional literature to all conference attendees £999.00 +VAT £1198.80 VENUE Movenpick Hotel, City Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands □ Please contact me to book my hotel Alternatively call us on +44 (0) 870 9090 711, email: hotels@smi-online.co.uk or fax +44 (0) 870 9090 712 & Friday 3rd October 2014